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How to Remove Pimples

How to Remove Pimples, I have found the following simple procedures effective in resolving the following Home Remedies for Pimples and How to prevent Pimples and clogged pores.

Careful skin care can minimize clogged pores and prevent the widespread pimples and inflammation of acne, it can also be said that pimples and skin blemishes are common and often embarrassing. Skin blemishes are caused by oils, shedding skin cells and occasionally bacteria that become trapped in hair shafts. This material irritates the shaft and causes inflammation and the familiar pimples. 

How to Remove Pimples (Clogged Pores);
  • Make a paste with cinnamon and honey. Use approximately 1/2 tsp of cinnamon and add to the honey. Mix to make a paste. Apply to the blemish and leave on for 20 minutes (or overnight). Zit = zapped.
  • Rub a slice of potato on them. Leave it on for at least 20 minutes, or all day.
  • Tomatoes. Tomatoes. Tomatoes. Try rinsing your pimply face with fresh tomato juice. Leave this on for an hour before washing. Or, try the Homemade Tomato Juice Peel-Off Mask!
  • Apples and honey to the rescue. Grate a small bit of apple into a fine mush and add honey to make a sticky, fruity paste. Apply to the pimples and leave on for 20 minutes. Or, do your whole face! Wash well.
  • Make a tiny mask with dried calendula and castor oil. Freaky, right? Oil for a zit. But castor oil is actually drying and the calendula will soothe the redness and the surrounding skin. Calendula can be purchased at, of course, none other than Mountain Rose Herbs (links above).
  • Make ice cubes out of green tea. Just rub one of those things over the blemish area two or three times a day. Swelling will go down, skin will be soothed, and the green tea acts as an astringent.
  • Pound an orange peel. Yep. That’s right. Take a small amount of orange peel, sprinkle some water on the pith-side and pound it with a (clean) hammer or meat tenderizer for 10 seconds. Rub the peel over the pimply areas (you could even tape it there for a few minutes for extra action).
  • Dab it with strong basil tea. Boil 1 c. of water and add 1 Tbsp. dried basil leaves. Steep for 10 minutes. Strain. refrigerate until cool. Apply to the pimples (or all over your face, if it’s oily) 
  • Orange Peel. After orange peels are pounded and combined with water to a paste, apply it only to the affected area and watch the results!
  • Oatmeal. Cook some oatmeal and apply it, when it's cool enough, to the face. Lay down and leave it on for about fifteen minutes and then wash it off. The swelling and the redness should be gone and the pimple should be visibly reduced! This oatmeal mask is soothing, effective, and not irritating!
  • Lemon. Overnight apply a bit of fresh lemon juice to the pimple to reduce its size and intensity. Wash it off with water the next morning. Use this home remedy only if your skin is not sensitive.
  • Vinegar. Put a very small amount of vinegar in a pan, as it could sting otherwise, and let it boil.  If you have sensitive skin, boil some water in a pan and add a bit of vinegar. Put your face over the pan for about 5 minutes.

Discover additional information on Clogged Pores Home Remedy by visiting the link below. This book takes you by the hand, and shows you step by step one of the easiest and most unique methods to how to stop "Clogged Pores".

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